This week, Brett and I recorded a special edition of the In the News podcast: the 2022 iGift Guide.  Brett and I each picked 10 items that would make perfect gifts for the person in your life who enjoys using Apple mobile products.  And if you are reading this, I suspect that these are also gifts that you would love
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A hitherto stealth legal AI startup emerged from the shadows today with news via TechCrunch that it has raised $5 million in funding led by the startup fund of OpenAI, the company that developed advanced neural network AI systems such as GPT-3 and DALL-E 2.
The startup, called Harvey, will build on the GPT-3 technology to enable lawyers to
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In-house counsel who work in litigation consistently say that one of the most frustrating aspects of their jobs is trying to locate all related materials available for cases with similar fact and issue patterns.
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From : Blog Entry >> Denise’s Blog EntryThe key to resolving the challenge of excess data is for firms to establish a robust data retention and disposition policy. This means drafting and agreeing a policy, supporting it with appropriate processes, controls and procedures, and then ensuring it’s faithfully executed. Creating a data retention and disposition policy Policies don’t have

Reynen Court, the so-called app store of law, is reducing its headcount, cutting expenses, and telling vendors on its platform they might experience service delays. But Andrew D. Klein, the company’s founder and CEO, denied that the company is going out of business or discontinuing support for its platform, and he said he is seeking new investment capital
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In October 2021, Clio, the law practice management company, launched Clio Payments, native e-payments technology built into the Clio Manage law practice management platform — a launch that CEO Jack Newton described at the time as the company’s most important product release since its debut in 2008.
Today, in its first international expansion of the technology, Clio released
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Stephanie Corey, CEO and Co-Founder of UpLevel Ops, discusses key questions for law firms to ask their clients to foster innovation, how sexism in the workplace forced women to stop being authentic, and why companies need to be deliberate in identifying and shaping their culture
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(turn and face the strain)…
Just gonna have to be a different man
Time may change me
But I can’t trace time

Changes by David Bowie
I recently ran across an article in Macworld by Dan Moren. The article is entitled Apple Is Quietly Preparing for a Future Without the iPhone-Or Another Big Thing.
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